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for the second time in as many months, Facebook on Friday reported technical issues on its social media network Relevant Products/Services that caused service interruptions for some of its more than 1.3 billion users. Facebook wasn’t working on mobile or desktop browsers for members in New York, San Francisco and other areas.×
Yo was created by Or Arbel in eight hours, being launched on April Fools Day 2014 for Android and iOS. The app has received USD$1 million in investment from a group of investors led by Moshe Hogeg, CEO of Mobli, who had originally asked Arbel to design a single-button app to call his assistant.×
If you still have work to finish off before the holidays start, some new updates to Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides could help you bust it out more quickly. Both the Android and iOS versions of Google’s productivity apps now give you one-tap access to the company’s growing catalog of templates. To access them, tap the red floating action button and select choose template.×
Qualcomm says no to split despite declining profit.
Breaking Qualcomm up is not the best way to turn its performance around, the company's board has decided. Qualcomm designs and makes chips, primarily for the booming smartphone and connected devices markets.×
Now you can not only send emoji, you can sponsor them.
There are emoji everywhere these days -- but creating them doesn't come cheap, and now, says the Unicode Consortium, it's time to pay up. Of course, the consortium puts it a little more nicely than that: It's inviting people to sponsor a symbol for a year to help fund its work encoding languages that don't yet have digital representations.×
what steps can we take to attract and retain customers.
In a report published this spring, Forrester forecast that B2B ecommerce in the United States would grow from $780 billion in 2015 to $1.13 trillion in 2020. While that is clearly good news for online B2Bs, just having an ecommerce presence is not enough to succeed. So what can B2B businesses do to gain customers and market share?×
"Gigabit Internet" gets a lot of buzz.
This extra-fast level of online connectivity, available from the likes of Google and Minnetonka-based US Internet, is roughly ten times faster than Comcast's speediest residential-broadband service in the Twin Cities. That's about 1,000 megabits, compared to the cable provider's 100 megabits.×
Faceshift’s technology will appear in the new Star Wars.
Apple has confirmed its acquisition of Faceshift, a Zurich-based motion capture company whose technology is being used in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. This story, "Apple buys Faceshift, a motion capture company" was originally published by Macworld.×
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